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Ferdinand RiesPerpetuum Mobile - Ferdinand Ries

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violin Jan Kubelik, around 1910
composer Ferdinand Ries
title Perpetuum Mobile

Mechanical recording in Public Domain


This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings
It also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture

Artist/Composer: Ferdinand Ries
Keywords: violin; kubelik; classical; 78rpm; ries; ferdinand

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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Reviewer: eschiss1 - - October 28, 2012
Subject: Quick note
Franz Ries, not Ferdinand Ries, wrote the Perpetuum Mobile performed by violinists like Kubelik. It is his op34 no.5. (Op.34 is Ries' suite no.3 for violin- see http://imslp.org/wiki/Suite_No.3_for_Violin,_Op.34_(Ries,_Franz) - so the perpetuum mobile is the 5th piece, the finale, of this suite, published by Schirmer in 1898.)

(Hrm. Kubelik died in 1940, and this performance seems to be an acoustic from the 1910s - this actually seems to be public domain - a rare and welcome exception for this site... cheers.)